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Enjoy the Northern Rivers Food Harvest Food Trail.

There’s more food and drinks to celebrate and explore in the Northern Rivers with the expansion of this year’s Northern Rivers Food Harvest Food Trail over the weekend of 6–7 May.

The food trail has expanded to offer 37 locations across the Northern Rivers and now includes local businesses in the Lismore and Richmond Valley Council areas. The councils supported a number of their local businesses to engage with the year-long program that helps businesses to align with some of the most high-profile food and beverage producers and providers in our region and open their doors to new customers and markets, as well as receive industry support and professional development.

Tweed River House sits on the banks of the Tweed looking across to Wollumbin.

‘Our Harvest Food Trail offers a unique opportunity for you to meet with local farmers, producers, growers and chefs to celebrate and experience all the incredible food and beverage the Northern Rivers has to offer. It includes bespoke farm tours, behind the scene insights, free tastings, chef workshops, BBQ lunches and so much more,’ Millsy, Northern Rivers Food’s Executive Officer said.

The weekend offers locals and visitors a rich range of experiences from sampling breweries and distilleries across the region to enjoying a weekend of fine dining with chef talks, or selecting a region and take a deep dive into its foodie scene. 

‘Gather your friends and fam to enjoy a leisurely drive and create your own food discovery journey, choosing your own itinerary over the weekend,’ said Millsy.

To find out more about the 37 venues on offer across the region please visit Northern Rivers Food’s website and look out for the brochures which will appear across the region very soon.


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